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Educating the next generation: what skills will they need in the future workplace?
The Australian workplace is now moving into an era where some hard skills are starting to expire.
Your dynamic workforce just got a whole lot more dynamic
Overnight, your dynamic workforce just got even more dynamic - and not in the ways that anyone particularly wants.
IWD 2020 interview: Smart WFM's Candice Lloyd
As a celebration of International Women’s Day, we’re running a series of interviews with women in technology. Smart WFM's Candice Lloyd shares her thoughts.
Three trends set to define work in the new decade
With a new decade underway, organisations must think more about culture and ways of attracting, engaging with, training and retaining employees. Not everyone is prepared to trade free lunches for sixty hour weeks.
Business enthusiasm for emerging tech clashes with cybersecurity woes - CompTIA
The report also finds spending on hardware, software, services and telecom is projected to reach almost $5.2tn globally.
Humanforce designs accessibility-compliant app for those with disabilities
“Employers can be doing much more to make the workplace more inclusive for the people with a disability currently working and also to increase employment of the many people with a disability looking for work."
HPE rolls out 26 weeks' paid parental leave for A/NZ employees
As part of the Work That Fits Your Life program, parental leave, parental transition support, retirement transition support, and Wellness Fridays are all available as career support options.
Gig economy fuels 'portfolio careers' as the new normal
According to HNRY founder James Fuller, the 'future' of work is actually the 'present' of work.
Aussie company launches new workforce optimisation software
Smart WFM, the Australian HR workforce management consultancy, has launched Apitome software suite to help businesses optimise their workforces.
Aspect Software announces workforce management offering for Azure
Companies have unique requirements for deployability and migration, driven by security, privacy, regulatory and other internal factors.
Exclusive: AI is the key to intelligent digital workforces
"RPA is considered to be one of the most transformative technologies in decades."
A/NZ organisations are resetting their approach to collaboration technology
More than half of A/NZ employees consider work something they can do regardless of time or location.
The importance of strong analytics for HR and business success
Better workforce management can streamline costs and maximise efficiency for businesses.
Keep your employees on task with cloud-based desktop surveillance
Controlio is a cloud-based surveillance system that tracks web and application usage on Windows PCs.
Teleopti empowers workforce management software with AI
From now on, anyone using Teleopti WFM will be working with an AI-infused WFM solution.
The power of people in today’s digital-service economy
Jeff Arnold, Unit4 A/NZ sales director examines how businesses can proactively manage their workforce by adopting technology to increase efficiency.
Microsoft says first-line workers are underused in digital transformation
The company cites an online survey of 1,390 working adults which was commissioned by Microsoft and completed by research firm, YouGov.
After a new job? Here's two of the top 10 best places to work in AU
For those unhappy with their job, here's a couple of companies that have made it into Australia's top ten best places to work.
Xero forms workforce management partnership with Deputy
“We look forward to working closely with Deputy to deliver best in class time savings solutions to more small businesses.”
OpenView invests US$25m in A/NZ workforce management company
The funding will be used to rapidly grow Deputy’s team across offices around the globe, including Sydney.
Remesys & Pivot Software announce trans-Tasman merger
Two talent management software providers on both sides of the Tasman are joining forces and becoming one company in order to grow across Asia Pacific.
Mobility capabilities essential, says expert
Mobile capabilities are essential within the enterprise, as more organisations utilise technologies to create flexible work environments.